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Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s “A Christmas Carol” Returns to the Histoic Pabst Theater
Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s <em>A Christmas Carol</em> On-Sale Breaks Box Office Record
Optimist Theatre Announces Cast of Free Shakespeare in the Park’s “Much Ado About Nothing”
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Optimist Theatre Announces Cast of Free Shakespeare in the Park’s “Much Ado About Nothing”

The three-weekend run will feature Kelley Faulkner, Todd Denning, Michael Stebbins, Jonathan Wainwright and Jim Pickering.

“A Christmas Carol” Continues Tiny Tim Ticket Program
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“A Christmas Carol” Continues Tiny Tim Ticket Program

Milwaukee Repertory Theater continues Tiny Tim Ticket Program with repeat grant from Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Milwaukee Rep Seeks New ‘Tiny Tim’ for A CHRISTMAS CAROL
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Milwaukee Rep Seeks New ‘Tiny Tim’ for A CHRISTMAS CAROL

In addition to the role of Tiny Tim, several other Young Performer roles are available.

Theater: ‘Mice and Men’ Still Moving
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‘Mice and Men’ Still Moving

Milwaukee Rep production boasts strong lead actors and powerful scenic elements.

Theater: The Arab Among Us
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The Arab Among Us

Next Act’s ‘Back of the Throat’ offers angry, absurdist look at post 9/11 fears.

Review: In “The Good Father,” Artful Mastery of On-Stage Chemistry
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In “The Good Father,” Artful Mastery of On-Stage Chemistry

At the Milwaukee Chamber Theater, an unexpected pregnancy bridges the class divide in Ireland.

“Grace” a play to believe in

“Grace” a play to believe in

Craig Wright's play Grace is a beautiful exploration of the nature of faith and belief, and David Cecsarini's cast presents it with ease.

Next Act puts faith in “Grace”

Next Act puts faith in “Grace”

Director David Cescarini talks about his season's last play, an exploration of how we believe what we believe in. Plus: Next Act's 2013-14 season announced.

Joy and laughter fuel the Rep’s “Christmas Carol”

Joy and laughter fuel the Rep’s “Christmas Carol”

A new director and new Scrooge are just the most noticeable changes that enliven Dickens' classic tale.